This snack is so fun and easy for when you’re doing a lesson about speaking kindly, taming the tongue, or anything else that relates to language. We cut apples in slices and then spread peanut butter on one side of each slice. Place mini marshmallows on one slice and place the other slice on top, […]
This is a fun treat to bring in for your class during February. Or if you’re feeling ambitious, you could let your class help you make it! Just make sure you have enough helpers to keep the kids from getting burned by the hot candy. For some odd reason I decided to make our bark […]
My 8-year-old helped me decorate these amazingly simple cupcakes for her birthday this year. I thought they would be a fun snack for Sunday School, too! I simply made cupcakes with a boxed cake mix and frosted them with store-bought frosting. I chose to make lemon cake with cream cheese icing, but feel free to […]
This post contains affiliate links. I first saw this idea on Pinterest from Art With Mrs. Nguyen. Thank you for the idea! I couldn’t resist giving these cute snowmen a try for myself! Although it isn’t even close to the Christmas season, I still wanted to make them because I’m quirky like that. We discovered […]
I originally saw this snack on Pinterest from Kids Sunday School. It looked so cute and easy that I had to give it a go, too! Simply cover a graham cracker in frosting (we used vanilla marshmallow). Cut licorice to fit and arrange in shape of a cross on the frosting. If desired, you could […]
This Sunday we had a lesson featuring loaves and fishes, with the focus on sharing. Our snack was very simple–candy Swedish Fish and oyster crackers–our loaves and fishes!
I saw this idea on Pinterest and had to try it out! I love this idea for a Fishers of Men themed Bible lesson. The kids can help decorate their own cupcake, which they will absolutely love! Ingredients: cake mix, plus ingredients listed in pkg. directions (I used orange cake mix) cupcake tins paper cupcake […]
This post contains an affiliate link. We found Cheez-It Scrabble Crackers the other day at the grocery store and it struck me that they would be a perfect snack for Sunday School! Realistically, you’d have to have a LOT of crackers if you wanted each child to be able to spell out the same word […]
This post contains an affiliate link. We made this colorful and fun snack to help us remember that God Keeps His Promises! It’s the perfect snack to go with a lesson about Noah’s Ark. The idea originally came from Pinterest. Materials: Twizzler Rainbow Twists mini marshmallows animal crackers cutting board knife plastic sandwich bags white […]
Here’s an alternative activity that uses the typical kids’ handprint turkey. It’s very easy to make and you can fill it with a snack when you’re done! Thank you to Sunday School Center for the pattern! Materials: construction paper/colored card stock (orange, yellow, green, red) stapler orange paper cups scissors crayon/marker/pencil Directions: 1.Print turkey head […]
We didn’t actually make these for kid’s church, but I thought they would be a great in-class activity. Once the cookies are made, it’s easy for the kids to assemble the decorations on top. I can’t believe it’s already time to start thinking about Christmas! Ingredients: sugar cookie roll candy corn decorating gel/icing (orange, black, […]
For a recent lesson on Daniel and the lion’s den, one of our teachers made these cute lion snacks for the younger kids. Ours were a little sparse with the pretzel sticks, so the mane wasn’t as full. If you use more pretzels it will look more impressive. Here’s how you can do it: Ingredients: […]
Today we focused on how we are adopted into God’s family when we accept Jesus as our Savior. Our snack was cupcakes. These ones with a message written on them was my original idea, but I forgot to bring my camera to church. So I had to do this when I got home. You could […]
The simplicity of this snack is wonderful! Just use rainbow-colored Goldfish crackers as a snack for the story of Noah’s ark. They’re rainbow and fish–you can’t get any better than that for fitting the theme! Save
Another activity in our prayer station lesson was eating a snack and choosing a real-life prayer request from the line to pray about. I solicited prayer requests ahead of time, typed them up, and cut them into strips. I used some yarn to string up a line on our white board and attached the slips […]
For our lesson on friendship, we made a snack mix by working together. Each friend got to add a portion of ingredients to the bowl, which we all got to enjoy at the end. It was a simple way to foster sharing and cooperation. Choose any ingredients you like–we had M&Ms, mini marshmallows, pretzels, Chex, […]
For Easter, one of our teachers made Resurrection Rolls. They were a wonderfully tasty treat that tied into the Easter message and served as a reminder for the rest of the lesson. I love it when you can tie the message into the snack. It provides another chance to go over what the kids learned. […]
I saw this idea on Pinterest and just had to use it. Unfortunately, there were a few kids who don’t like Fig Newtons. Can you believe it?! All you do is cut off one long edge of a Fig Newton and pipe white icing on to make a cross. It looks like a little Bible.
We did a lesson on being sad. For our snack we simply took some Ritz crackers and drew sad faces on them with decorator’s gel. So, so easy!
One of our teens helped me plan a lesson on Noah’s Ark. For the snack, she wanted to do a colorful snack mix to tie into the rainbow theme. We included M&Ms, Cheez-Its, Chex Mix, Fruit Loops and Craisins. You could choose whichever colorful food items you prefer.